Autumn 2006Sunday 17th September 5:00 PM The Squid and the Whale Divorce treated with wit, charm and insight
Sunday 24th September 5:00 PM Tsotsi An unmissable Oscar-winner from South Africa
Sunday 1st October 5:00 PM The Proposition An astonishing mix of suspense, blood and thunder
Sunday 8th October 5:00 PM The Wind That Shakes The Barley An intelligent look at Irish independence
Sunday 15th October 5:00 PM Army Of Shadows A morally complex, moving French classic
Sunday 22nd October 5:00 PM The New World Malick does the Pocahontas story
Sunday 29th October 5:00 PM Transamerica Sensitive, funny transgender road movie
Sunday 5th November 5:00 PM The Death of Mr Lazarescu "Among the great works of cinematic humanism ..."
Sunday 12th November 3:00 PM Diameter of the Bomb Double Bill: A deeply important and terrifying problem
Sunday 12th November 5:00 PM Paradise Now Double Bill: A deeply important and terrifying problem
Saturday 18th November 5:00 PM Ballets russes Fame, glamour, ego, politics, love ... and dance
Sunday 19th November 5:00 PM Volver Real Almodovar: Penelope Cruz is amazing
Sunday 26th November 5:00 PM Tony Takitani Engrossing, sensitive, magical filmmaking
Sunday 3rd December 5:00 PM Fateless "Remarkable, vivid, shattering ..."
Sunday 10th December 5:00 PM The Novena Probably your only chance to see this film
Sunday 17th December 3:00 PM The General Classic Double Bill: Get in the Christmas mood and laugh!
Sunday 17th December 5:00 PM The Great Dictator Classic Double Bill: Get in the Christmas mood and laugh!
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